WOW discount airline adds more flights


Icelandic low-cost airline WOW air is adding a fifth weekly frequency to its scheduled service at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Due to strong demand, WOW air is increasing its service frequency from four days a week — Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday — to five days a week throughout the summer travel season, June 4 to Sept. 17.

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The new frequency will depart on Wednesdays at 12:50 AM.

“The response from local travelers for WOW air’s low-cost international service has been extremely positive, and we appreciate WOW air adding a fifth frequency this summer to accommodate the strong demand,” said Candace McGraw, chief executive officer, CVG.

WOW air is offering $99 one-way flights from CVG to Iceland and $149 one-way flights from CVG to London, Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Dublin, Berlin and Copenhagen.

WOW air begins service from CVG on May 9, 2018. All flights arrive to CVG at 11:50PM from Keflavik Airport and depart at 12:50AM. Flights will operate with new Airbus A321 aircraft with a 208 seat capacity.

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